InfoLab21 Leads EC AMPLE Project
The Computing Department is leading the €3.8m AMPLE project (Aspect-Oriented, Model-driven, Product Line Engineering) funded by the European Commission which involves three European software industry organisations and six academic institutions.
The focus of the project is on combining aspect-oriented and model-driven techniques to address variability at each stage in a software product line engineering lifecycle and bind the variation points in various development stages and dimensions into a coherent variability framework across the life cycle.
In addition to overall coordination of the project, the Lancaster team is playing a leading role in developing the requirements engineering, architecture design and traceability techniques in the project.
The Lancaster personnel include: Dr. Awais Rashid (PI), Dr. Alessandro Garcia, Dr. Peter Sawyer, Mr. Neil Loughran, Mr. Vander Alves, Ms. Safoora Shakil Khan and Ms. Yvonne Rigby.
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